From immediate support, to practical help
People bereaved by suicide find it important to feel safe when speaking about their loss, freely and without fear of judgement. This guides our work, especially when we're creating resources, training and providing advocacy.
Who we are
We are driven by our members who are individuals, families and communities bereaved by suicide as well as service providers
Our focus is on sector leadership, advocacy, education, training and connection. Our vision is an Australia that compassionately responds and empowers those bereaved by suicide.
Latest News and Events
Become a PVA member today
PVA contributes to the 2023 Pre-Budget Submission to the Commonwealth Government.
December 2022 Newsletter
NSW Post-Suicide Support Webinar Series
Expression of Interest – Appointed Board Member 2020
Building Hope Together – NSW Post-Suicide Support Webinar Series
Message from the Chair – International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day 2020
World Suicide Prevention Day NT Forum 2020
Media Release – World Suicide Prevention Day 2020
Mental Health and COVID-19 – From the Board of Postvention Australia
The Voice for the Bereaved by Suicide
Leading and Advocating. As the leading voice for those bereaved by suicide, one of our key focus areas is to drive national and international advocacy work
Educating and Training. We promote best-practice education, training, resources and research about postvention to build the capability and capacity of Australia’s suicide bereavement services.
Connecting. We work to build an integrated national network of suicide postvention partners, service providers, educators and researchers that have access to best-practice, evidence-based information and resources.
Bereavement After Suicide
Practical advice, support & understanding
If someone you know or love has taken their own life or you’re wanting to give support to someone who is recently bereaved, the Postvention Australia NSW Care Pack provides simple, practical support to help you navigate this overwhelming time.